The Pandemic and the Public Trust

The Pandemic and the Public Trust

Editors Note: This article is a follow-up to Inconvenience or Devastation, which explores citizens’ motivations in complying with pandemic lockdowns. In the grand tradition of dividing people into two groups, today sort people based on their attitude toward...
Oppressor *And* Savior

Oppressor *And* Savior

The New York Times, the Gray Lady, the former bastion of proper journalism, where legendary editor Abe Rosenthal maintained an iron wall between news and opinion, has become a full-on apparatus of the Democratic Party machine and leftist politics. In other news, water...
The Power Makes The Bully

The Power Makes The Bully

Most Americans agree that we are in a culture war, and most probably agree that temperature is rising. Many see a real possibility of a systemic disruption, despite it being the most enduring political arrangement in the world. With both sides of the political divide...
That’s Rich

That’s Rich

Much mockery has been made of young socialists in America decrying and denouncing capitalism using social media on their iPhones. Deservedly so – these youngsters routinely fail to realize that the reason their lives are so good, so easy, and so full of the free...
Sending A Message

Sending A Message

Election Day approacheth. In every iteration since, oh, about 1984, I’ve viewed its advent with a mix of resignation and detachment. Not apathy – I had and have a strong interest in who’ll win and how the political landscape will change as a result,...